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If you are searching for 5th grade math exit tickets or formative assessments, then you will love these printable and digital resources that serve as great check for understanding progress monitoring tools. The short 3 question format helps fifth grade teachers quickly assess students and identify those who require intervention, so they can easily provide appropriate data-driven instruction and remediation. The digital exit tickets included in this resource can be used for in-person or remote learning depending on preference. These informal math assessments are great for special education and fifth grade classroom teachers.
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These standards-based assessments can be used as
◼️ exit tickets
◼️ formative assessments
◼️ RTI data collection tools
◼️ progress monitoring quizzes
◼️ report card evidence
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
✔ 3 student assessments per page (3 questions per student) to make it so you’ll only need to make a few copies for your class - saving you time, paper, and ink
✔ answer keys to make grading quick and easy for you
✔ data tracking sheets to make organizing and analyzing data a simple process
✔ digital versions of all the assessments so students can access them digitally or on paper
5 REASONS TEACHERS LOVE THIS RESOURCE:
► The quick checks provide you a super quick way to assess students' understanding of a specific math concept or skill. You can administer them as a whole group, small group, or individually. It will take students less than 5 minutes to complete them!
► They are perfect for administering right before report cards. It gives you a snapshot of where students are at with specific skills. You can even share them with parents because of how simple and straightforward they are.
► They are very easy to correct because there are only 3 questions and there is an answer key included.
► They help you quickly identify which students need additional practice with a specific concept or skill so you can group them based on that.
► They are very quick and easy to prepare.
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